The School of Creative Arts and Industries brings together students and academics from across a wide spectrum of digital and creative arts subjects to encourage fresh thinking and enable the development of innovative new courses.
- Games and Graphic Design
- Film Production
- Film, Radio and TV
- Performing Arts and Drama
- Music and Music Technology
- Dance and Dance Education
- Digital Media and Animation
- Multimedia Journalism
- Media and Cultural Studies
By equipping our students with the creative skills they need the school will feed Kent’s thriving creative sector and support growth in the wider regional economy. A full list of courses currently available can be found here.
Daphne Oram creative arts building
The bespoke facilities in the new Daphne Oram building provide a perfect environment for learning and teaching creative arts as well as an exciting exhibition space where the impact of projects, research and student course work can be celebrated.
Regional Creative Partnerships
An extensive range of partnerships in Canterbury means our staff and students are embedded in the musical and performance culture of the city and cathedral as well as working with a range of professional partners in music, digital media, film and the performing arts.
Alongside our annual commitment to the Canterbury Festival we enjoy productive creative partnerships with the Folkestone Book Festival, Anifest Festival and the Turner Contemporary gallery in Margate.